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Hoping to impress his future in-laws with a regular income and a stable lifestyle, in August 1869 Mark Twain acquired part ownership of the "Buffalo Express". The "Buffalo Express" articles in this book mark his transition from journalist, editor, and travel writer, to full-time literary editor. Stories such s "A Day at Niagra", "Mark Twain on Agriculture", and "The Facts of the Great Landslide Case", along with 37 unsigned editorials, are included.
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